With money saved from working abroad and a simple plan to succeed, this fledgling beverage and baked goods business dares to make waves in this competitive segment.
Philippine tourism is reopening as pandemic restrictions slowly ease. It’s time to revive postponed vacation plans, dust off the cameras, unearth the travel bag, and prepare the essentials. For now, I just want to see how much I can remember from some of the previous travels with friends and strangers alike.
Not too far from the much-Instagrammed Maginhawa food strip in Diliman is an unassuming café called The Pan Bakeshoppe. One of the few surviving eating places in the area, the café has a history as comforting as its artisanal cakes and pastries.
We’re all being asked to stay indoors in quarantine to avoid getting COVID-19 infection. But the air quality in our homes or offices may be 5x worse because of other factors that can harm us. It’s a good thing there is actually a way to “see” viruses and pollutants hovering around so we can put up our best defense.
Classified as “non-essential” in terms of priority in COVID-related protocols during this pandemic, those in the creative industry are finding ways to thrive like only artists can.
What’s in a business name? Purpose, apparently. NewsFeed360 scoured the Internet and found some of the most fascinating local businesses whose names are inspired by authentic Filipino origins. Here, they share their vision, history, and how they are thriving under the (dire) circumstances.
Michael “Eagle” Riggs may be more popular as a comedian and TV host, but not many know that he has, against all odds, seriously taken on a new role as father and mother to a son when no one else would take the child.
Once the government completes vaccinating those in the priority list, the rest of us will also get vaccinated for free. Now, here’s the plan.
Here are some facts and myths surrounding COVID vaccines as discussed with healthcare professionals.
I have been asked if I would be willing to get vaccinated for COVID-19. My immediate answer was NO. Here ismy best interpretation of what I have been reading and hearing about COVID-19 vaccination – and why I’m changing my answer to YES.